Military rejects two objections filed by HaMoked against removal orders for East Jerusalem residents: Further objections filed by HaMoked are still pending המוקד להגנת הפרט
22.01.2015
Military rejects two objections filed by HaMoked against removal orders for East Jerusalem residents: Further objections filed by HaMoked are still pending
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Israel has recently expanded the unacceptable policy of removing East Jerusalem residents from their city. The policy has but one meaning – deportation of residents from their city for lengthy periods of time.

In December 2014, HaMoked filed objections with respect to removal orders issued against four East Jerusalem residents. HaMoked argued, inter alia, that two of the residents had never even been interrogated by the police with respect to the allegations against them. The security establishment responded by summoning the two for interrogation. We note that during the interrogation itself, the two denied any involvement in violent activity or affiliation with terrorist organizations.

On January 1, 2014, after reviewing the objections, the military issued notice that it had rejected that two objections filed by the residents who were summoned for interrogation only after the objections were filed. The military repeated its position that their removal from Jerusalem was required to ensure “national security”, and claimed the decision to issue the removal orders was balanced and necessary.
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